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Newly formed or just coming into prominence; emergent: emerging markets; an overview of the emerging states of Africa in the 1960s.
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Adj.1.emerging - coming to maturity; "the rising generation"
future - yet to be or coming; "some future historian will evaluate him"
2.emerging - coming into existence; "an emergent republic"
nascent - being born or beginning; "the nascent chicks"; "a nascent insurgency"
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adj emergente; — disease enfermedad f emergente
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I stopped just in time to prevent myself emerging upon an open space.
He took it and seeing to whom it was addressed turned and handed it to Torith who was emerging from his office to learn the cause of the commotion.
What he saw was the giant figure of an almost naked white man emerging from the bush.
On emerging from the Bastille, Gringoire descended the Rue Saint-Antoine with the swiftness of a runaway horse.
Passing along what had been a gravel path, I saw emerging from shadow the figure of Dr.
But the baggage trains stretched out so that the last of Beauharnais' train had not yet got out of Moscow and reached the Kaluga road when the vanguard of Ney's army was already emerging from the Great Ordynka Street.
Therefore the sailor will never say, "cast anchor," and the ship-master aft will hail his chief mate on the forecastle in impressionistic phrase: "How does the cable grow?" Because "grow" is the right word for the long drift of a cable emerging aslant under the strain, taut as a bow-string above the water.
Coming out on a wagon road that led upward, he followed it for several miles, emerging in a small, mountain-encircled valley, where half a dozen poor ranchers farmed the wine-grapes on the steep slopes.
Damon and the professor emerging. Then Tom noticed something queer.
In the little chaos of Pearl's character there might be seen emerging and could have been from the very first -- the steadfast principles of an unflinching courage -- an uncontrollable will -- sturdy pride, which might be disciplined into self-respect -- and a bitter scorn of many things which, when examined, might be found to have the taint of falsehood in them.
There are 300-350 emerging companies that are a mix of Indian, MNC players and GICs; and have developed niche capabilities around a single vertical or service line.
Taipei, July 30, 2012 (CENS) -- Consumers in emerging markets, such as Russia, Turkey, China, India, Indonesia, Brazil, and Mexico, will drive the next round of demand, with more than 40% planning to purchase TVs in the next 12 months, according to the recently released NPD DisplaySearch study.

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